Gender stereotypes begin in early childhood. Bright pink “toys for girls” and blue “toys for boys” are sold on store shelves around the world. We have to challenge problematic beliefs about the roles of men and women in society. And we have to challenge them early. Gender equality begins at home, and families are at the front lines of change.
For the next generation, the examples set at home by parents, care-givers and extended family are shaping the way they think about gender and equality.
From breaking down gender stereotypes to sharing the care work. and educating children about women’s rights and gender equality,
28 Feb 2022